Dr Oz: Should You Switch To Bison Meat
Dr Oz and food journalist Larry Olmsted, author of “Read Food/Fake Food,” believe bison is the meat everyone should be eating, but likely aren’t. Like so many other foods we shop for, buying bison meat can sometimes be a bit tricky. So how do you know what to look for?
First, Larry explained that ground beef costs about $6 per pound on average while grass-fed ground beef costs about $9.25 per pound. Ground bison is about $7.99 per pound, which means it falls in the middle but in terms of health benefits, you’re likely getting more bang for your buck. Plus, you can use ground bison the same way you use ground beef. Bison steaks may be a bit harder to find but they are out there.